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The Indian Army is operating its first Apache helicopter squadron at Jodhpur, close the Pakistani border!

The Indian Army Apache helicopters would be camouflaged in desert colors, with the first batch arriving and joining the fleet in May of this year.

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In a significant capabilities boost, the Indian Army formed its first Apache attack helicopter squadron on Friday in the desert district of Jodhpur, close the Pakistan border.

The Indian Army launched its first Apache attack helicopter squadron in the desert district of Jodhpur, close the Pakistan border, on Friday, marking a significant capabilities enhancement.

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The Indian Army Apache helicopters would be camouflaged in desert colours, and the first batch of choppers would arrive and join the fleet in May of this year, they stated.

There has been a minor delay due to the ongoing worldwide security crisis, but they are back on schedule, according to officials.

Previously, the Indian Army inked a contract to purchase six Apache helicopters from the US.

These modern attack helicopters, often known as ‘tanks in the air’, will land at the Indian Air Force’s (IAF) Hindon Air Force Station before being deployed in Jodhpur near the India-Pakistan border in May, according to sources.

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